Don't test Dwyane Wade. The 37-year-old guard may be in his final NBA season, but that doesn't mean he can't keep up with the best in the league, and Draymond Green learned this the hard way when the veteran served up a perfect nutmeg pass through ​Green's legs Wednesday night. 

Wade is currently enjoying his farewell season with the Heat, as he has announced that he plans to retire at the end of the season. However, his last season may ultimately end with a postseason berth, as the Heat currently stand 1.5 games out of eighth place, setting the conditions for Miami to send Wade out the way he deserves.

While Wade's production is nowhere near what he has historically done, the veteran still has managed to play at a respectable level, averaging 14.1 points per game to go with 4.3 assists. The Marquette product may be 37, but he's not letting his age get in the way of the level of play he expects to maintain. 

With Wade's impending retirement, it's odd to think that these are some of the last games that we will ever see the guard play in the NBA. However, as Draymond Green just learned, he's not letting his future outside the NBA effect the way he's carrying himself on the court: that's just not the Dwyane Wade way.

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